Archives for February 2018

RT @WSJ: Electricity costs in the Northeast are 56% above th

RT @WSJ: Electricity costs in the Northeast are 56% above the national average. But attempts to jumpstart a larger energy infrastructure co…

[email protected] editorial: “With that level of energy uncertainty

[email protected] editorial: “With that level of energy uncertainty, New England will find it increasingly difficult to at… https://t.co/6oMMllxXQn

RT @thedayct: Editorial: Keeping New England from running ou

RT @thedayct: Editorial: Keeping New England from running out of natural gas. https://t.co/ETYYJBlmSq https://t.co/OkVcIxLmMD

“The opportunities are enormous. America is Saudi Arabia f

“The opportunities are enormous. America is Saudi Arabia for NGLs. The opportunity is enormous to resurrect the che… https://t.co/CWZxpWUrwq

Without some new infrastructure, @WSJ reports, “keeping the

Without some new infrastructure, @WSJ reports, “keeping the lights on in New England will become an even more tenuo… https://t.co/KDXQx1f49M

With support from @Chevron, @ConnectWCCC’s ShaleNET program

With support from @Chevron, @ConnectWCCC’s ShaleNET program has helped train “scores of students [for] jobs in the… https://t.co/xTrEK6YGvJ

U.S. Natural Gas = Consumer Savings, Clean Air Progress, Energy Security

Thanks to the expanded use of local, clean natural gas in power generation, the United States “has already come quite far in reducing carbon dioxide emissions,” according to a new Carnegie Mellon University report. Analyzing government data, CMU researchers concluded that the U.S. “can meet – or even beat” carbon dioxide emissions reductions outlined in […]

MSC in Times-Tribune: Higher Energy Taxes Burden Working Families

Editor: Pennsylvanians expect our leaders in Harrisburg to focus on common-sense solutions that encourage and support job creation. Unfortunately, Gov. Tom Wolf once again puts politics first by proposing another energy tax increase. As The Times-Tribune editorial (“Conditions favor Wolf’s key initiative,” Feb. 8). correctly states, “consumers ultimately will pay (the tax).” With natural gas […]

MSC in Providence Journal: Rolling blackouts, skyrocketing costs

By David Spigelmyer While Americans across the country benefit from energy savings tied to greater domestic production, consumers in one of our nation’s most densely populated regions remain energy starved because of misguided, dangerous policies. Lacking modern infrastructure access to Marcellus Shale production, millions of New Englanders continue to face skyrocketing costs and the prospect […]

Extreme Energy Policies Boost Kremlin, Burden New Englanders

As America’s shale revolution continues to deliver energy savings and enhance U.S. security, radical policies blocking key infrastructure projects are choking off New England’s access to reliable, domestic natural gas. Thanks to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and “Keep it in the Ground” activists, consumers in the Northeast are starved of the energy they need […]